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Full name  Bruno Edmund Pezzey
Name  Bruno Pezzey
Playing position  Defender
1965–1973  FC Lauterach
Weight  84 kg

Height  1.88 m
Role  Footballer
Date joined  1983
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Date of birth  (1955-02-03)3 February 1955
Date of death  31 December 1994(1994-12-31) (aged 39)
Died  December 31, 1994, Innsbruck, Austria

Place of death  Innsbruck, Austria
Place of birth  Lauterach, Austria

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Bruno Edmund Pezzey (3 February 1955 – 31 December 1994) was an Austrian footballer.

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Club career

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Regarded as one of Austria's greatest defenders of all time, Pezzey started his professional career at local side FC Vorarlberg and moved to FC Wacker Innsbruck after only one season, winning two league titles and a domestic cup. The sweeper then joined Eintracht Frankfurt in 1978, winning the UEFA Cup and a DFB-Pokal. Four seasons with Werder Bremen did not bring him any silverware (but runner-up to the league title twice) and he returned to Innsbruck in 1987 to win two league titles and a domestic cup again.

International career

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He made his debut for Austria in June 1975 against Czechoslovakia and was a participant at the 1978 FIFA World Cup and 1982 FIFA World Cup. In the latter tournament, he scored Austria's first goal in the 2–2 draw with Northern Ireland in Madrid. He earned 84 caps, scoring nine goals, still in 2016 ranked fifth with Friedrich Koncilia in Austria's all-time appearances list. His final international appearance was an August 1990 friendly match against Switzerland.

Death and legacy

Pezzey died of heart failure in an Innsbruck hospital on New Year's Eve 1994 after participating in a game of ice hockey, just a few weeks short of his 40th birthday. He left behind his wife and two daughters. His youth club, FC Lauterach, named its sports complex in his honour.

Honours

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  • UEFA Cup (1):
  • 1979–80
  • Austrian Football Bundesliga (4):
  • 1974–75, 1976–77, 1988–89, 1989–90
  • Austrian Cup (2):
  • 1974–75, 1988–89
  • DFB-Pokal (1):
  • 1980–81
  • References

    Bruno Pezzey Wikipedia


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